I bet you’re just dying to know what I read in June 2022. (I’m kidding, of course). But don’t worry, I’m spilling all the tea in this post – from the books I adored to the ones that really fell flat.
It’s important to me to constantly be diversifying my shelves, learning more about the people around me, and continuing to create a safe environment for everyone in my little corner of the web. Celebrating diversity shouldn’t only happen during a month revolving around a minority group. For June, it was fun to pack my TBR with as many queer books as I could in celebration of Pride Month, though you’ll see my wrap-ups featuring LGBTQIA+ books all year long!
I had my husband choose several titles from my extensive “to-read” list on The StoryGraph and I dove into those books, along with a few ARCs, some sequels, and a few unplanned novels too! My favorite books of the month were primarily cartoon cover romances (this seems to be the genre I’m gravitating towards the most right now) and I also wound up reading a few books entirely out of my comfort zone. Continue reading to see what I thought of the eighteen books I read in June.
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The 19 Books I Read in June 2022
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